Discussion – Drawing the line between inspired or copied content🍃

Hello Bookworms, today's post is a little different, but I am really excited to discuss it with all of you. In this book blogging community, we work hard. We work incredibly hard. With so many artistic, incredible and gifted individuals in this community, it is an honour to be a part of it. Evidently, it… Continue reading Discussion – Drawing the line between inspired or copied content🍃

Watch List: Groundbreaking documentaries on every subject◇

Hello Bookworms, I've been watching a ton of documentaries lately; whether it be for school or just personal enjoyment. I've decided to compile a list of documentaries I have seen or hope to! I hope this will incite you to watch a few(they should all be online or on Netflix) or discover some unusual ones!… Continue reading Watch List: Groundbreaking documentaries on every subject◇

Author Interview – Laurie Elizabeth Flynn✦

Hello Bookworms, if you couldn't already tell, I love doing author interviews! Not only do we as readers or writers get an insight into their processes, but it can create a deeper meaning or connection to a book we already love. Today's interview is with Laurie Elizabeth Flynn, author of Firsts, and The Girls are… Continue reading Author Interview – Laurie Elizabeth Flynn✦

ICarly Spaghetti Tacos – The Nostalgia is Real❤︎

Hello Bookworms, this month, I felt the sudden urge to rewatch ICarly. And so I did. But why, you may be asking? Perhaps since the reboot is coming soon, or that I've been wanting a butter sock lately(if you know you know), either way, I rewatched it and it was the best decision I've made… Continue reading ICarly Spaghetti Tacos – The Nostalgia is Real❤︎

Birthday Q&A – I’m finally FREE🦋

Hello Bookworms, I'M EIGHTEEN! WHOOT WHOOT! Can you believe it? Because I certainly can't…..but honestly, yes I can. Although the gif below is certainly an exaggeration, I do feel a new wave of independence(but covid doesn't let me do anything with it…). I've never done a q&a on this blog before and thought this would… Continue reading Birthday Q&A – I’m finally FREE🦋

Book Review – Fable Duology by Adrienne Young☀︎

Hello Bookworms, I debated writing a mini-review for this duology for quite some time, but ultimately decided on a full review for these two novels. And possibly the sole reason for that is because of how UNIQUE these books are. It is a CRIME that there aren't enough YA Adventure and Pirates books on the… Continue reading Book Review – Fable Duology by Adrienne Young☀︎

Anticipated Releases of 2021(as if my tbr wasn’t already massive★)

Hello, Bookworms, some of the books that I wasn't able to read are already going to be naturally passing onto my 2021 tbr, but OF COURSE, I have a huge list of books that are coming out next year! Although 2020 wasn't a great year for us all(do I need to elaborate?), last year I… Continue reading Anticipated Releases of 2021(as if my tbr wasn’t already massive★)

My New Year’s Resolutions♥︎

Hello Bookworms, can you BELIEVE it's 2021! I know I sure can't, if you ask me, it's still March 2020 day 142894343 in quarantine. It seems like I'm living in an alternate universe, where time still moves on, the days pass, and I sure am getting older, but my past self is sitting at home… Continue reading My New Year’s Resolutions♥︎

Glimpsed by GF Miller – Blog Tour Stop

Hello Bookworms, when I heard that I had been accepted into this tour I was ELATED! Not only because I knew I would love the book, but because it reminded me of the books from my childhood. I was always a huge fan of fairy godmothers, magic and believing in fairytales in general, so Glimpsed… Continue reading Glimpsed by GF Miller – Blog Tour Stop

The 5-Star Reads of 2020 – the vibes are ~immaculate~

Hello Bookworms, 2020 was an ASTONISHING year in terms of reading for me. Especially in March and April, being stuck at home enabled me to read more books than I've ever read. I was able to discover countless authors and my tbr is now fully stocked for at least a few years. I'm pleased to… Continue reading The 5-Star Reads of 2020 – the vibes are ~immaculate~

Author Interview – Caleb Roehrig ♢

Hello Bookworms, Death Prefers Blondes was one of the most entertaining novels I read in 2020, and it makes me so happy to be interviewing him today! Caleb is an extremely talented author, and I KNOW that his novels are CRIMINALLY underrated, so EVERYONE BETTER BE READING HIS BOOKS AFTER THIS!! So keep reading to… Continue reading Author Interview – Caleb Roehrig ♢

Book Review – The Thousandth Floor Series : A Review in Gif’s✺

Hello Bookworms, I have a love-hate relationship with Katharine McGee's novels. I have ~proudly~ expressed my distaste for American Royals, but have never talked about The Thousandth Floor series on my blog. I bought the first book in the series a few years ago as a spur of the moment decision. There wasn't anything that particularly… Continue reading Book Review – The Thousandth Floor Series : A Review in Gif’s✺

My December tbr – getting down to business before the new year!

Hello Bookworms, can you believe it's almost 2021! I'm guessing millions of people are relieved, as 2020 was nothing short of a disaster(do I need to elaborate…). A little update on my Goodreads challenge is that I've already surpassed it! My main reading goal for December is "getting rid" of books I have no interest… Continue reading My December tbr – getting down to business before the new year!

Author Interview – Wendy Heard☽

Hello Bookworms, if you haven't heard of the name Wendy Heard…WHAT ARE YOU DOING!? Just kidding! I had the pleasure of interviewing Wendy, and we conversed about her upcoming release; She's Too Pretty to Burn, some of her writing quirks and most importantly, her favourite bread recipe(I cannot wait to try it out!). Now enough… Continue reading Author Interview – Wendy Heard☽

5 Reasons to Read Caraval by Stephanie Garber✿

“Every person has the power to change their fate if they are brave enough to fight for what they desire more than anything.”― Stephanie Garber, Caraval Hello Bookworms, if it were up to me, ALL of you would have already read Caraval but, alas, some need more convincing than others. And that's what this post is for!… Continue reading 5 Reasons to Read Caraval by Stephanie Garber✿